Words of Wisdom
How do we do we sync up the two conflicting minds so that they may work in harmony? Let’s turn to the words of some of the world’s most inspiring women to find the answer.
Our thoughts create our personal realities. Our thoughts drive the life we live now and the life we will experience in the future.
Maintaining positive thoughts, radiating unconditional love, and keeping up with personal goals are some ways to shape your life for the better.
The Law of Attraction necessitates that the positive vibration we exude to the world will eventually come back to us.
However, even when you do exude positivity, love and drive, actually realizing your desires can be difficult to achieve. Sometimes, despite your efforts, your subconscious mind can hold you back.
Oftentimes, there is a disconnect between the conscious mind, which designs our goals and positive thinking, and our subconscious mind, which has an agenda we cannot always control. Even when our conscious mind channels positivity, the doubts and fears that exist in our subconscious can make that effort futile.
It’s nobody’s fault that doubts and fears exist. They are the residue of insecurities and uncomfortable experiences that you have had in the past. If your conscious and subconscious minds do not align, the stress and anxiety inhabiting the latter cannot simply be ignored.
So, the question remains: How do we do we sync up the two conflicting minds so that they may work in harmony?
Let’s turn to the words of some of the world’s most inspiring women to find the answer:
Fearlessly accept the reality; then fearlessly set about transforming what needs to change.
There is no need to hide from your current truth. Accepting where you stand is the first step in moving to a better place.
A rose can never be a sunflower, and a sunflower can never be a rose. All flower are beautiful in their own way, and that’s like women, too.
Stop the comparisons. You are perfect the way you are just as all others are perfect the way they are, too. Accept this and experience deep and pure self-love.
It is our own thoughts that hold the key to miraculous transformation.
There’s no need to set off on a worldwide expedition for a cure to your worries and doubts. The answers and the power you need are already inside of you. You just have to be willing to slow down and listen.
Take a lover who looks at you like maybe you are magic.
True happiness comes from loving yourself, but this is so much easier to do when you surround yourself with those who embrace your unique beauty. Return the favor, of course, by accepting all of your loved ones’ nuances too.
The older you get, the more you realize that it isn’t about the material things, or pride, or ego. It’s about our hearts and who they beat for.
How many items on your vision board involve a dream home, dream job, or dream status? While these things are nice, they will not satisfy for nearly as long as a lifelong support system of positive and inspiring people.
I take pleasure in my transformations. I look quiet and consistent, but few know how many women there are inside of me.
We will not get a parade or even a pat on the back for every personal challenge we overcome, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t an impressive feat. Celebrate your own accomplishments and be proud of every part of yourself.
Today I gave myself permission to nap. To relax. To not answer work emails. To let my mind wander. Quietly. With no distractions.
Sometimes I felt guilty. Other times I felt perfectly entitled. But I did it. I needed it. I honored myself.
It is so easy to get caught up in the “Go, go, go!” mentality of today’s world. Every now and again, allow yourself to take a break from the race. This does not mean that you have dropped out. Rather, you will return with a new vigor.
Strong women don’t play victim, don’t make themselves look pitiful, and don’t point fingers.
They stand and they deal.
When faced with a challenge, it is all too tempting to raise your hands in innocence and place blame on outside forces. Don’t get caught up in this mentality, no matter who or what is causing you difficulty. Instead, jump two steps ahead and work on finding a solution.
I don’t want life to imitate art.
I want life to be art.
There is so much beauty and splendor all around you that it would be a shame to let it go to waste in favor of some fantasized image. Embrace your circumstance and create your own expression of life.
Forgive yourself for believing that you’re anything less than beautiful.
Once you finally achieve a state of happiness and self-love, accepting that you were not always your own biggest cheerleader is often the final struggle to overcome. Holding grudges against yourself is the equivalent of dipping your feet in wet cement – you’ll get stuck and will be unable to move forward.
Aligning the conscious and subconscious mind is all about practicing self-love. Surround yourself with positive, inspiring women who will only support you in this practice. Thought each step you take towards this goal may only cause a small shift in your consciousness, celebrate your progress, as these little steps will eventually take you to new and fantastic places.
Based in New York City, the founders of Bliss Out Wellness, Fern Olivia Langham and Sarah Anne Stewart are taking the growing health and wellness movement to another level. Coming together as teachers in the respective niches of yoga, meditation, nutrition and holistic health – together they are on a mission to inspire, teach, and support others desiring life-changing experiences and breakthroughs. Fern and Sarah have quickly become powerhouses in the wellness community, providing innovative, soul-awakening, yet fun one-on-one coaching programs, career coaching mentorships, events, workshops, retreat and wellness travel experiences.